Do you dread giving a speech, or have an extreme fear of public speaking? Fear of public speaking is incredibly common, and not just in those with anxiety. Public speaking anxiety is one of the most common fears shared among the general population, and nearly anyone can suffer from this type of phobia. Most of us can reduce our anxiety of public speaking and increase our confidence. [Read more…]
“Improve Your Speaking, Presentation and Leadership Skills”
Have you ever really been in the zone when you are speaking about something you love such as personal growth, fitness, nutrition or making dreams a reality?
It makes you feel great, right?
You may have also experienced times when you had less than optimal confidence. You may have had times when you weren’t quite sure what to say?
Have you ever been in the audience while an incredible speaker is sharing their message, and you are blown away with the power of the presentation?
And, have you ever thought… “I wish I could do that!”
Have you ever just wanted to feel more confident and come across well on a YouTube video or Facebook Live video?
Have you dreamed about hosting a podcast, YouTube show, or being an expert guest on a TV show?
What if there was a way for you to become more confident, come across to your audience as a credible authority and have the ability to move people into action?
You can enjoy all of this and more when you learn the art and science of professional speaking.
Regardless of how you coach, train, mentor or instruct; being a confident and qualified speaker gives you a huge edge on your competition. [Read more…]
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I looked in the mirror this morning as I was getting dressed and I’m sure it was tampered with. This is not how I looked yesterday, I swear! Yesterday I wore the slim blue pants and pink blouse and everything looked tucked in, pulled together and altogether lovely (if I do say so myself)! Even my hair looked good! Today, it seems, is another story. These black dress pants don’t look the same and this blue shirt is not cutting it. Or rather, it is cutting it – me! – in half. The button at the waist is straining and where did this roll of fat come from overnight that is threatening to obscure my view of my feet? This shirt is only helping to make that unidentifiable roll look more like a sausage. How did this happen in one day?! I wrack my brain and do a one minute review of my own show, “Everything I Ate Yesterday”.
by Martha Munroe
Stress was defined as a perceived imbalance of demands and ability to respond, arousal as the physiological and psychological continuum of activity, and anxiety as a negative emotional state of being nervous and worries and includes cognitive, somatic, trait and state components. Things that are important or where the results are uncertain create more state arousal – this makes sense because if you didn’t care about the results you wouldn’t be hyped up about it.
Stress is influences by personality factors including self-esteem, train anxiety, and physique anxiety which you can see in people who seem like they are always stressed out or draw stress to themselves.